Jakob Neilson on intranets

by Dave on January 5, 2010

in EntGov, collaboration

Jakob Neilson has some good stuff in his yearly roundup of intranet trends:

Intranet design is maturing and reaping the rewards of continuous quality improvement for traditional features, while embracing new trends like mobile access, emergency preparedness, and user/employee-contributed content.

Ideas of enterprise 2.0 are leaking into intranet design, and quite right too.

As per this post, I’m focusing a lot of my attention this year on what goes on within organisations. I dare say that few councils and other government organisations have interactive – and mobile – intranets as discussed by Nielson.

I want to explore what technology people are using and what the barriers are to adoption – and then think about what the solutions might look like.

I’m on the lookout for stories about collaboration and innovation in this space within public services – like the stuff Carl Haggerty is up to in Devon. If you have any examples, drop me a line, or leave a comment.

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1 Julián Rodriguez Orihuela January 10, 2010 at 9:36 pm

It’s Nielsen! But hey, I read his article and thought about government intranets… I think they should be like social media sites, and employees should participate there connected by interests, not only by what office they’re in.

(I work in the brand new ‘New Media’ Office in Buenos Aires city)

2 Julián Rodriguez Orihuela January 10, 2010 at 9:37 pm

Sorry about that. I meant to say “It’s Nielsen! But hey, everyone makes mistakes”.
And with this comment I’m proving it…

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